October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Dwarfed by the enormous outpouring for breast cancer awareness month, it receives attention largely from survivors, advocates and activists.
The fall’s best bluegrass festival in Northwest Arkansas is just around the corner.
Maybe half a million dead, half a country — 10 million people — displaced from their homes, jettisoned onto the mercy of the world.
Wasted money, wasted lives, or maybe both. That’s the promise of increased military spending.
It seems that some who have the ears of U.S. elite decision-makers are at least shifting away from wishing to provoke wars with Russia and China. In recent articles, Zbigniew Brzezinski and Thomas Graham, two architects of the U.S. Cold War with Russia, have acknowledged that the era of uncontested U.S. global imperialism is coming…
We hit up Dickson Street with a notepad and a camera and talked to bikers and festival attendees at random so we could learn about who makes the festival what it is on a micro level.
How is it acceptable or legitimate for anyone to have the power to decide whether our civilization continues, or whether other species survive?
Today’s instant flashing of lurid news scenes makes it appear that terrible killings are everywhere — but it’s misleading. All statistics show a clear decline in savagery. Humanity is kinder and fairer than before.
Rights. We are inundated with a great deal of loose talk about “rights.” What sorts of them?
For three weeks, a Fayetteville Syrian-aid organization raised more than $10,000 with locally sourced donations by doing a relay fast to raise awareness for the people stuck in the besieged city of Aleppo, Syria.